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Aug 16, 2009 6:00pm EDT
sleepy hurricane season is over. the scramble to stock up has begun. >> kind of used to it. you can just prepare yourself for the worst. >> reporter: behind claudette, two storms are churning in the atlantic. ana is weak and may not survive, and bill looks to stay at sea. until now, as this time lapsed image shot this weekend shows, this summer has been marked by sudden weather changes and intense rain showers, but no hurricanes. hurricane season officially begins june 1st. the last time a first named storm came this late in the season was 1992. they called it andrew. hurricane andrew. it made landfall south of miami a as a category 5. one of the most powerful and destructive storms in history, which is why experts warn a late beginning to hurricane season means nothing. >> it's not all about numbers alone. just takes that one hurricane over your community to make a bad year. >> this is hurricane charley. >> reporter: jeffrey kofman, abc news, st. george island, florida. >>> they are also nervously watching the weather in california tonight, where nearly a dozen wildfires are burnin
Aug 2, 2009 6:00pm EDT
enough for a positive identification. and tonight the navy told us they never gave up looking for captain speicher. >> this demonstrates that we will never, ever leave somebody behind. >> reporter: outside a jacksonville church today, a plaque in honor of the captain, and a community grateful for closure for the speicher family. >> i'm just glad that this is over for them. and that they will be able to put it to rest. >> reporter: and tonight the speicher family released a statement calling him a brave and wonderful father. a naval officer who responded without hesitation when his country needed him. >>> the war continues in afghanistan. where militants today killed three more u.s. troops with gunfire. after attacking their con voi with a roadside bomb. this after three troops died yesterday in bombings as well. the use of these ieds, on the rise now in afghanistan. our nick schifrin is on the front lines with army's bravo company. >> reporter: in the darkest days of the iraq war, there was no escape. roadside bombs destroyed humvees and took more than 1,000 soldiers' lives. today
Aug 30, 2009 6:00pm EDT
blowing around us is created by heat from the fire, which is just sucking the air right in and burning up the national forest. dan? >> brian rooney reporting from california tonight, thank you. >>> to the north, outside of san francisco, investigators spent this day literally trying to dig up more evidence against the man who is accused of kidnapping and holding a young girl for 18 years. tonight, we're getting new details about young jaycee dugard's life as a captive. mike von fremd is in antioch, california tonight. >> reporter: fbi and police are in force, looking for evence. they are digging up phillip garrido's backyard, and combing through his neighbor's property, as well, because the home was once vacant, and garrido used a shed there. >> some docks were brought in. they'll be used to search and check that property. >> reporter: they are not just looking for more evidence of what happened during the 18 years jaycee dugard was held captive. they are also looking for evidence that may connect garrido to as many as nine woman murdered in the 1990s. is is the tent and boxes
Aug 9, 2009 6:00pm EDT
. here's john now in the "1st person." >> reporter: i don't want to use the word dangerous. it can get a little nervous out here, a little nerve-racking. a midair collision is an airman's worst nightmare because the result is a crippled aircraft and an aircraft that's uncontrollable. it's a roadway in the sky. that's the way it works out here. it's below 1,100 feet, in that exclusion zone. it's a self-announce, and it is an honor system really. generally, the pilots that have the most problem with the exclusion are the most inexperienced ones. it's the less experienced pilots that tend to announce less and pose the most problem. we like to stay in the airspace above that exclusion because it keeps us in contact with the local air traffic control towers. we'll look down and we'll see it's busy down there and it's certainly a busier spot than where we want to be. >> our thanks to wabc's john del jorno with the picture from the sky this morning. >>> the deadly infighting that has spoken out within the taliban in pakistan. after a cia missile strike last week that kill a taliban leader. now
Aug 23, 2009 6:00pm EDT
demo models they'd be using for transportation. tonight, some of them are wondering how they'll get home. john hendren, abc news, maryland. >>> now to medical news, and help for pregnant women dealing with depression, an all too common condition and one that poses a dilemma for doctors and parntds. here's andrea canning. >> reporter: heather armstrong's first pregnancy should have been th happiest time of her life. but when she went off her antidepressant, it became a nightmare. >> i started to have panic attacks. when i finally had my daughter it was total feelings of wanting to commit suicide. >> reporter: armstrong was hospitalized for serious depression. so, during her second pregnancy, she and her doctor decided she would stay on prozac. >> i'm a better mother having been medicated. i really do feel like i am there fully mentally for my child and emotionally. >> reporter: as many as 23% of expectant mothers suffer from depression. now a new report offers concrete guidelines in deciding whether or not to take an anti-depressant. >> the hope is as a result of this report, more o.
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